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I’d like to believe my sons’ best life is in my home, and not with their first families. But Christians committed to justice need to remember we are not entitled to other people’s children.
The neoconservative leading the fight over the legacy of Vatican II in the American Church.
Progressive activists can learn important lessons from a successful grassroots campaign against transit racism.
Buddhism is marked by concern for the welfare of all “sentient” creatures. But when it is harnessed to ethnic intolerance and extreme nationalism, it can turn violent.
The charges form the crux of a federal discrimination lawsuit that goes to trial this month.
Collecting DNA upon arrest can identify the guilty and exonerate the innocent. But it also amounts to an expanding racial dragnet.
As The New York Times worries about the difficulties of preparing vegan food for Seder, what about the difficulties of celebrating a plague that killed all firstborn Egyptian children and animals?
There is nothing in Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio’s record to suggest that he will reform the Catholic Church.
In its historic decision, the Supreme Court ruled that poor people have a right to a lawyer. But today, our system of indigent defense is shameful.
With Anti-Judaism, David Nirenberg has recast the debate about the origins and nature of anti-Semitism in Western thought.
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- The First Couple’s Post-Racial Bootstraps Myth